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PWM dimmer for RGB LED

Monday, March 7th, 2016

Lukas Fassler has designed and built a PWM dimmer for RGB LED: In my last post I’ve described the design and construction of my LED dimmer project. This project here is similar but a bit more involved. It controls RGB LEDs so it can not only change the brightness but also...

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PWM dimmer for LED lighting

Friday, February 19th, 2016

Lukas Fassler has published a new build, a DIY PWM dimmer for LED lighting: I have recently moved to a new apartment and was looking for a PWM dimmer to control some 12V LED strips. I thought that should be easy enough nowadays but it proved more difficult than I thought. All...

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Stand-alone inductance meter update

Friday, February 13th, 2015

An update on Lukas' stand-alone inductance meter project we covered previously: From a high-level point of view the new software is very similar to the Arduino sketch I wrote for the Inductance Meter Shield. If you look a bit closer, you’ll notice some differences for several reasons: This project uses an entirely different microcontroller:...

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